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Why Windows 10 old versions are still updating to newest builds?

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Hi. Question. Why older Windows 10 versions like 1803,1709 are still updating to newest builds even if 1809 are the newest version?

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What do you mean by this? Older builds update to the newest build. That's how updates work. 

 

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Nop. 1709 version ( latest build 2018 december ). 1803 version ( latest build 2018 december )

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4 minutes ago, worry said:

Nop. 1709 version ( latest build 2018 december ). 1803 version ( latest build 2018 december )

you have to quote people for a reply btw, or they won't be notified

I may be wrong.

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21 minutes ago, worry said:

Nop. 1709 version ( latest build 2018 december ). 1803 version ( latest build 2018 december )

I don't understand (?)

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If I understand meaning of your question, even when output isn't quite clear. You are asking why Windows keeps updating over major update boundary, something macOS nor Linux does. Windows has always been like this, though with Service Packs, it used to be that you need service pack installed before it could be able to find newer updates. With 10, Creators Updates aren't same as SP's. They are just updates among others, even when they are much larger and consist more.

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